If there is one thing that the September 11th terrorists taught us, it is that blowback is a real thing. Let’s do a deep dive into blowback. What’s in the News with stories on encryption, First Amendment, death penalty, cop charged with murder, and government indoctrination center nonsense. And, an Ancap Apps segment on a really easy way to use cryptocurrencies to buy and sell called Anypay. This episode is brought to you by ZenCash, now known as Horizen, a cryptocurrency that infuses privacy, anonymity, and security done right. Also brought to you by Free Talk Live, providing you with fresh, pro-liberty content 7 days a week on more than 180 radio stations across the country.
WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES
If there is one thing that the September 11th terrorists taught us, it is that blowback is a real thing. Now, I am in no way defending their actions, of course. I am only saying their actions did not happen in a vacuum, and it had nothing to do with our way of life.
We all know that Osama bin Laden was the mastermind and the moneybags behind the September 11th attacks. It was his baby. This is why the US looked for him under every rock they could in the Middle Easy until they finally found and killed him. So, since he was the genesis of the attack, let’s look at why he says he attacked us.
WHAT’S IN THE NEWS
In encryption news, a global network of intelligence agencies wants easier access to your private and encrypted messages. In a barely veiled warning to tech companies, it has promised to make things tough for those that don’t comply.
In First Amendment news, police body camera footage released today shows two Denver officers told The Colorado Independent’s editor, Susan Greene, to “act like a lady” as they handcuffed and detained her in July for attempting to photograph them as they responded to a call on a public sidewalk.
In death penalty for tickets news, unpaid traffic tickets saw a Nevada woman in jail, where she began to suffer drug withdrawals and seizures. Days later she was dead, after being denied medical care.
This week’s Ancap App is a program that I’ve used many times here in New Hampshire to purchase things at retail locations across the state using cryptocurrency. The app is Anypay and you can find it at Anypay.Global. I’ve used this to buy lunch, t-shirts, and several other things in New Hampshire. I could use it to buy theater tickets, eyeglasses and contacts, a curiosities ghost tour, jewelry, yoga classes, ballet lessons, smoke and vape items, been, and many other items in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, very close to my home.